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Dan Hill Apr 20
Hi Twitter. Arguement in the pub. Who are these two?
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Garrett Felber Apr 23
Anyone have a proofreader/indexer they strongly recommend?
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Jason Herbert Apr 23
Small announcement tonight: I just signed a contract to join this fall. It is a prep school here in Florida doing truly awesome things. 1/
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𝕄𝕒π•₯π•₯ π”Ύπ•’π•“π•£π•šπ•–π•π•– Apr 19
you know, in some ways, I'm so glad that SCIENCE(tm) confirms things that historians and other scholars of the past have been saying for LITERALLY HUNDREDS OF YEARS. Thanks, guys!
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Annika Raapke 14h
, I am FINALLY Dr. Mouse Emperor. YAAAAY!!
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vanessa ogle Apr 23
Not one woman could be included in this lineup?
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Jack Orchard 18h
, Anyone know what this might be? "Lady Mary Tufton has been very ill in a very odd manner of a nervous disorder, his Lordship called it St James's dance, it makes her run about the Room in great pain when the fit is on, & she has a continual headach", 1736
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Thomas Lecaque 7h
Hi , I'm putting together a book list--what are, in your oh-so-humble opinions, the five best books on the French Revolution and the 5 best books on the Haitian Revolution?
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History Workshop Apr 22
What can eighteenth-century ceramics tell us about empire? on the fashionable commodities that represent some of the many ways in which empire appeared, and was normalised, in British homes:
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M.A. Davis Apr 23
How did Robert E. Lee feel about the seizure of Arlington?
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Dr. not Mrs. Shannon Frystak πŸ₯ƒβšœοΈ 11h
My favorite sign-off at the end of an 1898 letter: "I love you with my whole heart and part of my liver."
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Malcolm Cammeron Apr 15
, , I’m excited to share that I’ll be starting a PhD program in history this fall. Any recommendations on how I should spend my summer?
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Boydell & Brewer 14h
Dr recounts how his new book, Mysticism in Early Modern England, came to fruition and the answers it provides to the wider study of Christian mysticism:
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TheTattooedHistorian Apr 23
My newest podcast episode is up! "One Year as an Independent Historian" The Tattooed Historian Show. Some advice in this one for you young
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Adam H. Domby Apr 19
Replying to @AdamHDomby
Hopefully weigh in and help get them to change their ways.
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Eric Gonzaba Apr 17
*Opens up "Needs Grading" on Blackboard*
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Jonathan Jones Apr 23
Can any recommend any literature on the Lost Cause and conditions in Union prison camps, like Johnson’s Island?
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Elaine Ayers Apr 17
Inspired by last week's workshop I'm experimenting with logging metadata on my sources in new ways-hoping to get the perfect system underway before I start teaching next fall. how do you manage + cross reference 100s of objects, names, places, etc?
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Dr. not Mrs. Shannon Frystak πŸ₯ƒβšœοΈ 7h
(and others who want to chime in) teaching the History of American Social Movements in the fall, grad class. What would you include? And.....go!
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EastGermanyOnline 11h
A new oral history project run by the unis of Jena and Erfurt is set to investigate memories of the and what has influenced their formation, hoping to find out why some remember the GDR period with affection and others don't.
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